You and Yours Best Local Retailer - Finalists
Pictures of the 3 short-listed finalists in this category of the Food and Farming Awards.
Local food at the Real Food Store in Exeter
The Real Food Store is funded by members, including some of its food producers.
Cross Lanes Organics Geese
Geese keep the grass down at Cross Lanes Organics.
Sheep grazing the roof at Cross Lanes Organic Farm
Sustainable design underpins Cross Lanes Organic Farm, including a grazed meadow roof.
Cross Lanes Organics restaurant
The restaurant uses food from the shop and bakery. Many of the shop fittings are recycled.
Freshly baked pizza.
Pizza from the Cross Lanes Organics wood fired oven.
Cows grazing on the roof
Owner Peter Coverdale at Cross Lanes Organics where cows and sheep graze on the roof.
UK's only heather thatched toilet
Judge Arthur Potts Dawson (left) with Cross Lanes Organics owner Peter Coverdale.
Conrad Davies' third shop set on the edges of the Snowdonia National Park.
Eurospar's welsh producer map
This in store map shows shoppers how far their food has come.
Judges and Conrad Davies
Conrad Davies (left)with judges Simon Parkes (centre) and Arthur Potts Dawson.
The fresh fish counter run by Gill's Plaice sells 80% Welsh fish in Eurospar.
Chillies from a local farmer at Conrad Davies Eurospar.
Real Food Store
Exeter's Real Food Store is a community benefit society owned by members.
Flowers and flour
Fresh bread is baked daily from local organic flour, and even flowers are local.
The Real Food Store was set up to get local food into the centre of Exeter.
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